• Top Tips on how to beat the pre-period bloat!

    Each month two weeks before your period starts women have an increase in the sex hormone progesterone which can lead to various premenstrual symptoms. A common symptom is the pre-period bloat, a heavy feeling in the abdomen and a sudden increase of waist circumference usually beginning a week before your period and ending a week after your period starts. When the monthly shift of hormones occur the bloating can be caused by water retention, constipation and an increase in appetite.
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  • Why am I tired all the time? Reasons and management

    Nutritionist, Marianna Sulic, explains why you feel tired all time and shares useful diet and lifestyle advice.

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  • 8 Signs You Need a Detox!

    It’s that time of the year- have you overindulged at Christmas, are you feeling a bit groggy and do you have the January blues?  It’s a new year and while we always advocate healthy habits being a continuous lifetime ambition, a new year is a nice fresh start to get back on track with your health and fitness goals.

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  • Energy Boosters to Beat Menopause Fatigue

    The menopause is a natural part of female ageing and it starts when a woman’s period alters in frequency, duration and volume, before ultimately stopping altogether. It occurs when oestrogen levels start to fall, usually between the ages of 45 and 55, and approximately two thirds of women experience unfortunate symptoms including hot flushes, night sweats, low mood and fatigue.

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  • Healthy Kids - Boost Brain power, Cold & Flu, Foods for fuel

    With the kids at school and cold and flu season looming it's never more important to protect them against harmful pathogens, keep their energy up and their brains focused. Keeping your children free of illness and focused in school might seem like a monumental task, but with the right nutrition and supplementation it may be easier than you think!

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  • How to stop hormonal skin outbreaks!

    Teenagers, young adults and even peri-menopausal women can be troubled by regular monthly skin eruptions. Nutritional Therapist Susie Perry Debice shares her nutritional tips for clearer skin.

    Problematic skin can leave you feeling embarrassed and upset especially during certain times of the year such as Summer when you want to have a beautiful natural glow or at Christmas when you want to look your best at parties and gatherings. Good nutrition and a sensible skin cleansing routine can help get skin outbreaks under control.

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  • How to boost your energy naturally during your period!

    Do you feel tired all the time? For most women their monthly period translates into an absence of energy and enthusiasm for one week out of each month. Nutritional Therapist Susie Perry Debice suggests easy ways to help achieve a natural pick-me-up during this challenging week of your cycle.

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  • How To Go Through Your Menopause

    Menopause is a time many women dread and some for good reason; as it can mean mood swings, tiredness, changes to periods and hot flushes and if that’s not enough there is also a potential for sleep issues. Many focus on the time period that builds up to menopause rather than the outcome, focusing on the symptoms and forget that although this may mean some change to ‘usual programming’ it does mean that she is transitioning to a new phase in her life without the ups and down of emotions, for some painful periods and not to mention monthly bleeds!

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  • Exercising During Your Period

    Differences in sex hormones mean that women have to be a little smarter when it comes to working out. Women have a serious shortfall regarding muscle building Testosterone, compared to men and their main sex hormones, Oestrogen and Progesterone, - fluctuate throughout the menstrual cycle.

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  • Mind, Body & Omega 3

    If you suffer from anxiety, worry, stress or low moods, you’re not alone. Psychotherapist Roisin Whelan reveals how you can make mental health a priority.

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